Carson Robison recorded many times on records made for square dancing. He was a guitar player and singer originally from Kansas. He assembled other musicians wherever he went. These are two early recordings from 1941. Shake a leg! 'Possum in the 'Simmon Tree Little Brown Jug Topics: square dances without calls, 78 rpm record, old-time music, traditional fiddle, Carson Robison
Dates given, usually correct, are often just a guess. 6,500 of the original album covers for the sheet music of the 9,000 songs of this era is part of the file tag and your player should display it. Topics: western, country, 78rpm
Victor V-40031... Recorded on December 27, 1928. The Columbus Stockade in Columbus, GA is still used as a short term detention facility. Topics: 78rpm, country, old time, 1920s, Bill from Ellerslie's record collection
Columbia 15049-D... Recorded on November 4, 1925. A song about the death of the narrator's mother. Though Columbia credited Carson Robison on the record, he's most likely the arranger of this version. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: 78rpm, country, old time, 1920s, Bill from Ellerslie's record collection
Carson Robison (1890-1957) was an American country music singer and songwriter. Although his impact is generally forgotten today, he played a major role in promoting country music in its early years through numerous recordings and radio appearances. In 1924 he accompanied Vernon Dalhart on the landmark recording of "Wreck Of The Old 97" b/w "The Prisoner's Song", widely regarded as country music's first million-seller. He recorded with Vernon Dalhart from 1924 through 1928... Topics: American songs, Hjalmar Peterson Orchestra, Iverson Brothers, Dalhart, Luther and Robison, Snoose...
Vernon Dalhart (1883-1948) was a popular American singer of the early decades of the 20th century and a major influence in the field of country music. Frank Luther (1899-1980) was an American country music singer, dance band vocalist, playwright, songwriter and pianist. Carson Robison (1890-1957) was an American country music singer and songwriter. A multi-talented instrumentalist, he not only played guitar, piano and harmonica but was a virtuoso whistler. During the 1920s he was a session... Topics: American songs, Dalhart, Luther and Robison
Taken from 78 RPM single Victor 19434 Surface noise reduced with Roxio. Carson Robison:Vocals James Cowan Powers:Fiddle Orpha Powers:Mandolin Charlie Powers:Banjo Carrie Powers:Guitar Ada Powers:Ukelele Recorded in New York City, N.Y. Monday, August 18, 1924 Topic: Fiddlin' Powers Prewar Old Time Country Hillbilly String Band Fiddle Tune 78 RPM
Recordings by Ernest and Clarence Iverson, who were better known under their stage names of Slim Jim and the Vagabond Kid. ARTICLES http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ernest_and_Clarence_Iverson http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carson_Robison http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_W._Service http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/T-Bone_Slim NOTES: Ernest Iverson's 1931 songbook included "They Go Wild Over Me", an adaptation of "The Popular Wobbly", which in turn was a parody of the 1917 song... Topics: American songs, Iverson Brothers, radio transcriptions, Scandinavian humor, Snoose Boulevard
Graced by more than 200 illustrations, many of them seldom seen and some never before published, this sparkling volume offers vivid portraits of the men and women who created country music, the artists whose lives and songs formed the rich tradition from which so many others have drawn inspiration. Included here are not only such major figures as Jimmie Rodgers, The Carter Family, Fiddlin' John Carson, Charlie Poole, and Gene Autry, who put country music on America's cultural map, but many... Topics: country music originals, tony russell, old time, country, bluegrass, folk, traditional, americana,...
Hjalmar Peterson Orchestra recordings from the 1920s. Victor Records. Peterson was better known by his stage name of Olle i Skratthult (Olle from Laughtersville). Columbia and Victor always listed Olle under both his real name and his stage name. Some records gave Hjalmar Peterson top billing. Others gave precedence to Olle i Skratthult. Instrumentals were credited to Olle i Skratthults Luffarekapell, Hjalmar Peterson’s Hobo Orchestra and to other similar names. Olle’s band did not appear... Topics: 78rpm, Hjalmar Peterson, Hjalmar Peterson Orchestra, Scandinavian old-time, Snoose Boulevard
If you enjoy this complete collection please consider helping our other 1920's and 1930's artists projects. You can find a list of projects that are incomplete at: Incomplete Discographies of 1920's 1930's Artists For a list of our already complete collections of 1920's and 1930's artists see: Complete Discographies of 1920's 1930's Artists Gene Austin Collection 1925-1934 - Part One (COMPLETE) Part One Covers The Years 1925-1927 For Recordings From The Years 1928-1934 See Part Two:... Topics: Gene Austin, 78rpm, PJA-Complete
SINGLES AND DOUBLES COLLECTION Volume 2 This is a work in progress. This OTRR Collection is a Non-Certified one, containing series in which currently only one or two episodes are known to exist -- hence the name: "Singles and Doubles Collection". Almost every type genre is included. Radio -- called by some The Theater of the Mind -- has been with us since 1920 when stations WWJ of Detroit and KDKA of Pittsburg made the first regular commercial broadcasts. The first program aimed at... ( 8 reviews ) Topics: OTRR, Old Time Radio Researchers Group, Old Time Radio, OTRR Single Episodes, OTRR Updated Release,...